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अखिल भारतीय आयुर्विज्ञान संस्थान, नई दिल्ली
All India Institute Of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
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Publications

Publications
 

Books, Edited Volumes, Etc.

1. MR Imaging and Spectroscopy in Pharmaceutical and Clinical research. Jagannathan N. R. (Ed.)  Jaypee Brothers  
   (Medical Publishers) Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2001.

 

2. Recent Advances in MR Imaging and Spectroscopy. Jagannathan N.R. (Ed.) Jaypee Brothers  (Medical Publishers) Pvt.
    Ltd., New Delhi,2005. ( Book will be published in January 2005)

 Review Articles                           

1.Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Bio-effects and Safety Concern. Jagannathan N.R. Ind. J. Biochem. Biophys. 1999, 36,   

  341- 347.

 

2.Role of Magnetic Resonance Imaging and in vivo MR spectroscopy in clinical, experimental and biological research. 

   Jagannathan N. R. Proc. Ind. Natl. Sci. Acad. B.  2003, B69, 423-446.

 

3.Functional and pathophysiological study of disease processes in human and animal systems: Role of magnetic
   resonance imaging and in vivo MR spectroscopy. Jagannathan N R. Curr. Sci, 2004, 86, 52-61. 

 

4.Simultaneous electrophysiology and functional magnetic resonance imaging studies in conscious rats. Khubchandani M,

   Jagannathan NR. Methods Enzymol. 2004; 385:63-84. 

 

5.Potential of in vivo Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (MRS) in medicine. Sharma U and Jagannathan N. R.  Proc. Ind.

   Natl. Sci. Acad. B (In Press).

 

Chapter in Books

                      

1.Bilateral optic nerve glioma in infancy.  Ghose S., Honavar S.G., Vashist S., Arora R., Katoch  S.,  Jagannathan N. R. and

  Tandon P.N. In: Indian Ophthalmology  To-Day.  J.K. Paricha (ed.) Arvali Printers  and  Publishers,   N. Delhi 1995, 373-
   378.  

 

2.The role of in vivo nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy in molecular biology.  Jagannathan N.R. In: Aspects
   of Crystallography in Molecular Biology, New Age International Publishers, New Delhi. 1997, 321-334.

 

3.Principles of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).  Jagannathan N.R. and Rehani M.M. In: Diagnostic Radiology and
   Imaging Eds. K. Subba Rao,  S. Banerjee, S. K. Agarwal and S. K. Bhargava,  Jaypee  Brothers, (Medical Publishers), New 
  Delhi, Vol.1  1st edition, 1997, Chapter  4, 54-62.  

 

4.A preliminary study of the shift in left/right biochemical asymmetry by conscious mental routine. Jayasundar R and

   Rajshekhar K. In: Cognitive systems: Reviews & Previews. (Eds. J.R. Isaac and K. Batra), Phoenix Publishing House, New

   Delhi, 2000, 667-674. 

 

5.On MR microscopy, microimaging and microangiography. Jayasundar R. In : Image Analysis in Materials and Life
   sciences (Eds. C. Babu Rao P. Kalyanasundaram, Ray K K, Baldev Raj), Science Publishers Inc., Enfield (NH), USA, 2001,
   223-227. 

 

6.Basics of magnetic resonance. Jayasundar R.  In: MRI and MRS in Pharmaceutical and Physiological Research, Ed. N.R.

   Jagannathan, Jaypee Medical Publishers Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, 2001,  10-19. 

 

7.Concepts and applications of magnetic resonance Imaging (MRI) and in vivo magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) in

   clinical medicine. Uma Sharma and Jagannathan N .R. In: Microwave Measurement Techniques and Applications. Ed. J.

   Behari,  Anamaya Publishers, New Delhi. 2002, Chapter 15, 103-118. 

 

8.Principles of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Jagannathan N. R. and Rehani M. M. In: Diagnostic Radiology and 
  Imaging. Vol.1, 2nd Edition. Eds. K. Subbarao, S. Banerjee, S. K. Aggarwal and S. K. Bhargava, Jaypee Brothers (Medical
  Publishers) (P) Ltd., New Delhi. 2003, Chapter 4, 54-65. 

 

General articles       

                

1.Travels in inner space: Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and in vivo nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS)
   in humans. Jagannathan N. R. Biobytes 2, 1993, 15-16. 

 

2.Magnetic resonances imaging: basic concepts and applications. Raghunathan P. and Jagannathan N. R. Curr. Sci., 1996,
  70, 698-708. 

 

3.Research in Biology: The role of MRI and in vivo NMR along with the integration of other branches of science in

  understanding the living System. Jagannathan N. R. In: “Integrative Biology”, S. C. Lakhotia (Ed.), Indian  National 
  Science Academy (INSA), New Delhi, 1-4, 2001. 

 

Publications in Refereed Journals

 

1.Task activation of the human brain studied in real time by functional magnetic resonance imaging.  Jagannathan N.R.
   and Raghunathan P.  Curr Sci. 1995, 69, 448-451.

 

2.In vivo magnetic resonance studies of the histo-chemistry of coconut (cocos nucifera). Jagannathan N.R., Govindaraju V

   and Raghunathan P.  Magn. Reson. Imaging, 1995, 13, 885-892.  

 

3.Proton MRS similarity between central nervous system non-Hodgkin lymphoma and intracranial tuberculoma.
   Jayasundar R, Raghunathan P, Banerji AK. Magn Reson Imaging. 1995; 13: 489-93. 

 

4.In vivo 1H and 31P MR spectroscopy of human skeletal muscle. Jagannathan N.R., Govindaraju V. and Raghunathan P.  

   Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci, India 1996, 66A, 9-16.  

 

5.Magnetic resonance imaging of temporal changes of neurotoxic lesion in the rat. John J, Govindaraju V, Raghunathan P,

   Kumar VM. Brain Res Bull. 1996; 40:273-7. 

 

6.Magnetic resonance imaging of NMDA-induced lesion of the medial preoptic area and changes in sleep, temperature and

   sex behavior. Mohan Kumar V, John J, Govindaraju V, Khan NA, Raghunathan P. Neurosci Res. 1996;24:207-14. 

 

7.Brain metabolite changes in alcoholism: An in vivo proton   MRS study. Jagannathan N.R., Desai NG. and Raghunathan P. 

   Magn. Reson. Imaging 1996, 14, 553-557.

 

8.Proton MRS in Pott's spine--a case report. Jayasundar R, Goyal M, Sharma R, Raghunathan P. Magn Reson Imaging. 1996;

   14:691-5. 

 

9.Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in clinical radiology: Recent advances, future directions and planning.  Jagannathan
   NRJ. Acad. Hosp. Adm. 1997, 9, 11-13.  

 

10.Structural and conformational study of peptides containing glycine and alanine residues   by 13C CPMAS NMR

    spectroscopy in the solid state.  Jagannathan N.R. and Suryaprakash N.  Ind. J. Biochem. Biophys. 1997, 34, 235-240.  

 

11.Evidence for left-right asymmetries in the proton MRS of brain in normal volunteers.  Jayasundar R and Raghunathan
     P. Magn Reson Imaging. 1997; 15:223-34. 

 

12.1H magnetic resonance imaging and 31P magnetic resonance spectroscopy in experimental filariasis. Shukla-Dave A,

    Fatma N, Roy R, Srivastava S, Chatterjee RK, Govindaraju V, Viswanathan AK and Raghunathan P. Magn Reson Imaging.

    1997; 15:1193-8. 

 

13.Changes in magnetic resonance imaging and sex behavior after 6-OHDA injection in the medial preoptic area. Dhawan
     JK, Kumar VM, Govindaraju V and Raghunathan P. Brain Res Bull. 1998; 45:333-9. 

 

14.Volume localized in vivo proton  MR  spectroscopy  of  breast  carcinoma: Variation  of  W/F  ratio  in  patients 
    receiving chemotherapy.  Jagannathan   N.R.,   Meenakshi   Singh,   Govindaraju    V.,   Raghunathan P., Coshic O.,
    P.K.Julka and Rath G.K. NMR Biomed. 1998, 11, 414-422. 

 

15.Reversal of abnormalities of myelination by thyroxine therapy in congenital hypothyroidism:  Localized   in vivo  
     proton magnetic resonance (MRS) study. Jagannathan N.R., Tandon N., Raghunathan P. and Kochupillai N. Dev. Brain
     Res. 1998, 109, 179-186. 

 

16.Assessment of the therapeutic response of human breast carcinoma using in vivo volume localized proton magnetic

    resonance spectroscopy.  Jagannathan N.R., Kumar M., Raghunathan P, Coshic O, Julka P.K. and Rath G.K. Curr. Sci.     

    1999, 76, 777-782. 

 

17.Metabolism of 5-fluorouracil in human liver: An in vivo 19F NMR study. Mohankrishnan P., Hutchins L.,  Nauke  J., 
    Sprigg J.,Cardwell  D.,Willamson  M.R.,   Komoroski   R.A. and Jagannathan N.R. Curr. Sci. 1999, 76, 677-680.

  

18.Diltiazem enhances tumor blood flow: MRI study in murine tumor.  Muruganandham M., Kasiviswanathan A.,  
     Jagannathan  N.R., Raghunathan P., Jain P.C. and Jain V. Int. J. Rad. Oncol. Biol. Phys. 1999, 43, 413-421.  

 

19.Evaluation of the pituitary gland in idiopathic hypogonadotropic hypogonadism. Jayasundar R, Ammini AC, Gupta R and

     Raghunathan P. Acta Radiol. 1999; 40:88-94. 

 

20.Inflammatory granulomas: evaluation with proton MRS. Jayasundar R, Singh VP, Raghunathan P, Jain K and Banerji
     AK. NMR Biomed. 1999; 12:139-44.  

 

21.Metabolite mapping of human filarial parasite, Brugia malayi with nuclear magnetic resonance. Shukla-Dave A,
     Degaonkar  M, Roy R, Murthy PK, Murthy PS, Raghunathan P and Chatterjee RK. Magn Reson Imaging. 1999; 17:1503-9. 

 

22.Simultaneous evaluation of effects of RF hyperthemia on the intra-and extracellular tumor pH. Jayasundar R, Honess
     D, Bleehen N M and Hall L D. Magn. Reson. Med, 2000, 43, 1-8. 

 

23.Optimization of tumour radiotherapy Part -VI- Modification of tumour glucose metabolism for increasing the
     bioavailability of 2-deoxy-D-glucose in murine tumour model.  Sharma R K, Singh S, Degaonkar M , Raghunathan P,
    Maitra A and  Jain V. Strahlenther. Oncol. 2000, 176, 135-143. 

 

24.Effect of  melatonin  on  ischemia re-perfusion  injury induced by  middle  cerebral  artery occlusion  in  rats.  Sinha K.,

     Degaonkar M. N., Jagannathan N. R. and Gupta Y. K. Eur. J. Pharmacol. 2001, 428, 185-192. 

 

25.A proton NMR study of the effect of a new intrvasal injectible male contraceptive RISUG on seminal plasma
    metabolites. Sharma U, Chaudhary K., Jagannathan N. R. and Guha S. K. Reproduction 2001, 122, 431-436. 

 

26.Evaluation of total choline from in vivo volume localized proton MR spectroscopy and its response to neoadjuvant

    chemotherapy in locally advanced breast cancer. Jagannathan N.R., Kumar M., Seenu V., Coshic O., Dwivedi  S.N., Julka 

    P.K., Srivastava A. and Rath G.K. Br. J. Cancer  2001, 84, 1016-1022.

 

27.RF coils for combined MR and hypothermia studies: I. Hyperthemia applicator as an MR coil. Magn. Reson. Imaging,

    Jayasundar R, Hall L D and Bleehen NM 2001, 19 111-116. 

 

28.RF coils for combined MR and hypothermia studies: II. MR coil as a hyperthermic applicator. Jayasundar R, Hall L D and

     Bleehen N M. Magn. Reson. Imaging, 2001, 19 117-122. 

 

29.Single Radio frequency source for MR and hyperthermia studies. Jayasundar R. Curr Sci., 2001, 80, 101-104. 

 

30.Evaluation of developing rat testis by phosporus 31P magnetic resonance spectroscopy and DNA flowcytometry.
    Srinivas M, Degaonkar M, Gupta DK, Raghunathan P, Das SN, Mitra DK. Pediatr Surg Int. 2001;17:316-20. 

 

31.Structural insight into oxybenzotriazole based coupling reagents. Srivastava T. K., Haq W., Bhanumati G., Velumurugan

     D., Sharma U, Jagannathan N.R. and Katti S. B. Protein and Pep. Lett. 2001, 8, 39-44. 

 

32.Effect of a new injectable male contraceptive on the seminal plasma amino acids studied by NMR spectroscopy.
    Chaudhary K., Sharma U., Jagannathan N. R. and Guha S. K. Contraception 2002, 66, 199-204. 

 

33.Effect of unilateral grade-I testicular injury in rat. Srinivas M., Chandrasekharam V.V.S.S., Degaonkar M., Gupta D.K.,
     Jha P., Jagannathan N. R., and Das S N. Urology, 2002, 60, 548-51. 

 

34.Sequential proton MRS study of brain metabolite changes monitored during a complete pathological cycle of demyelination and remyelination in a lysophosphatidyl choline (LPC) induced experimental demyelinating lesion model. Degaonkar M., Khubchandani M., Dhawan J.K., Jayasundar R. and Jagannathan N.R.  NMR Biomed. 2002, 15, 293-300.

 

35.Sequential diffusion weighted MRI study of lysophosphatidyl choline induced experimental demyelinating lesion: An
    animal model of multiple sclerosis. Degaonkar M., Jayasundar R. and Jagannathan N.R.  J. Magn. Reson. Imaging. 2002,
    16, 153-159. 

 

36.Protective effect of adenosine against neuronal injury induced by middle cerebral artery occlusion in rats as evident
   by diffusion-weighted imaging. Gupta Y.K., Sinha K., Chaudhary G. and Jagannathan N.R.  Pharmacol. Biochem.  Behav.
   2002, 72, 569-572.

 

37.In vivo proton magnetic resonance (MRS) spectroscopy of post polio residual paralysis (PPRP) patients. Jagannathan
    N. R. and Wadhwa S. Magn. Reson. Imaging 2002, 20, 113-119. 

 

38.Potential of in vivo proton MRS in assessing breast lesions with out the use of contrast agents. Jagannathan N. R.,
     Seenu V and Kumar M. Radiology, 2002, 223, 281-282. 

 

39.Proton MR Spectroscopy in Wilsons disease. Jayasundar R, Sahani A K Gaikwad S. Singh S. Behari M. Magn. Reson.

    Imaging, 2002, 20, 131-135. 

 

40.The potentials of MRI and 31P MRS in the evaluation of experimental testicular trauma. Srinivas M., Degaonkar M.,

    Chandrasekharam V.V.S.S., Gupta D.K., Hemal A.K., Shariff A. and Jagannathan N.R.  Urology, 2002, 59, 969-972. 

 

41.Evaluation of the effect of Withania Somnifera in middle cerebral artery occlusion model of stroke in rats. Chaudhary
     G.,Sharma U., Jagannathan N. R. and Gupta Y.K. Clinical Exp. Pharmcol. Physiol. 2003, 30, 399-404. 

 

42.A stereotaxic assembly and procedures for simultaneous electrophysiological and MRI study of conscious rats.   

    Khubchandani M., Mallick H. M., Jagannathan N. R. and Mohan Kumar V. Magn. Reson. Med. 2003, 49, 962-967. 

 

43.Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy study of soleus muscle in non-obese healthy and type 2 diabetic Asian North

    Indian males: high intramyocellular lipid content correlates with excess body fat and abdominal obesity. Misra A.,
   Sinha S., Kumar M., Jagannathan N. R., and Pandey R. M. Diabet. Med. 2003, 20, 361-367. 

 

44.Role of two-residue spacer in a, b-dehydro phenylalanine containing hexapeptide: crystal and solution structure of
    Boc-Val- DPhe-Leu-Ala-DPhe-Ala-OMe. Padyana A.K., Ramkumar S., Mathur P., Jagannathan N. R. and Chauhan V.S. J.
    Peptide Sci. 2003, 9, 54-63. 

 

45.Evaluation of skin tumors by magnetic resonance imaging. Rajeswari MR, Jain A, Sharma A, Singh D, Jagannathan NR,

    Sharma Uma and M.N. Degaonkar. Laboratory Invest. 2003, 83, 1279-83. 

 

 46.Skeletal muscle metabolism in Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD): an in vitro NMR spectroscopy. Sharma U., Arti S.,

      Sharma M. C., Sarkar C. and Jagannathan N. R. Magn. Reson. Imaging 2003, 21, 145-153.

 

 47.Biochemical evaluation of muscle tissue extracts in limb gridle muscular dystrophy patients: A 1H and 13C NMR study.

     Sharma U., Arti S., Sharma M. C., Sarkar C. and Jagannathan N. R. NMR Biomed.  2003, 16, 213-223.

 

 48.Protective role of cyclosporine in experimental unilateral blunt testicular trauma Evaluation by 31P MR spectroscopy.

     Srinivas M., Degaonkar M., Jagannathan N. R., Misro M. M., Chaki S. P and Gupta D. K. Pediatr. Surg. Int.   2003, 19,
     467-70.

 

49.In vivo proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) and single photon emission computerized tomography (SPECT)
     in systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). Handa R., Sahota P., Kumar M., Jagannathan N. R., Bal S.S., Gulati M., Tripathy
    B.M.and Wali J. P. Magn. Reson. Imaging, 2003, 21, 1033-37.

 

50.Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy with a body coil in the diagnosis of carcinoma of prostate. Kumar R, Kumar M,

    Jagannathan N. R, Gupta N. P. and Hemal A. K. Urol. Res. 2004, 32, 36-40.  

 

51.Biochemical characterization of metastatic lymph nodes of breast cancer patients by in vitro 1H magnetic resonance

    spectroscopy: a pilot study. Sharma U, Mehta A, Seenu V, Jagannathan NR. Magn Reson Imaging. 2004; 22:697-706. 

 

52.Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy and single photon emission computed tomography study of the brain in

    asymptomatic young hyperlipidaemic Asian Indians in North India show early abnormalities. Sinha S, Misra A, Kumar V,

    Jagannathan NR, Bal CS, Pandey RM, Singhania R, Deepak. Clin Endocrinol (Oxf). 2004; 61:182-9.

 

 

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